Tripoli University suspends exams over capital unrest
The Tripoli University Exams Administration announced Saturday that all examinations in all of its faculties will be suspended to one or more weeks to a head.
The suspension was because of the Libyan Students Union’s request over the current clashes and unrest in the capital.
“Study will be going on as usual but only exams will be suspended.” The Students Union indicated.
The Chairman of the Libyan Students Union, Mohammed Hashim, confirmed that the fighting was not near to the university, yet the call for suspension of exams has come to help those students who live the in the clashes’ area.
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